You Can Heal Your Life Companion Book (Hay House Lifestyles)


Louise L. Hay, the internationally renowned author and lecturer, brings you the companion book to her landmark bestseller, You Can Heal Your Life. Here, Louise applies techniques of self-love and positive thinking to a wide range of topics that affect us all on a daily basis, including health, fearful emotions, addictions, money and prosperity, sexuality, aging, love and intimacy, and more.

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By Sheila · ★★★★★ · May 03, 2015
This book gives you ideas for positive thinking in your life and how to heal your body. There are exercises you can do out of order depending on your interest. It has an easy to flip to list in the back of the book of problems your body may be experiencing with positive messages to say for healin… …more

By Sara · ★★★★☆ · April 20, 2017
Some of is cheesy, yes, but some of it really helped me out… a lot. I also like how it’s broken into chapters so I was able to completely skip over “aging” as it’s not something I am dealing with quite yet. …more

By Chris · ★★★★★ · August 27, 2012
Wonderful workbook to journey through ‘You can heal your life’ with.

The Hidden Messages in Water


In this New York Times bestseller, internationally renowned Japanese scientist Masaru Emoto shows how the influence of our thoughts, words and feelings on molecules of water can positively impact the earth and our personal health.

This book has the potential to profoundly transform your world view. Using high-speed photography, Dr. Masaru Emoto discovered that crystals formed in frozen water reveal changes when specific, concentrated thoughts are directed toward them. He found that water from clear springs and water that has been exposed to loving words shows brilliant, complex, and colorful snowflake patterns. In contrast, polluted water, or water exposed to negative thoughts, forms incomplete, asymmetrical patterns with dull colors. The implications of this research create a new awareness of how we can positively impact the earth and our personal health.

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By Anna · ★★★★☆ · March 11, 2017
I first became aware of Masaru Emoto’s work when I saw the film, “What the Bleep Do We Know?!” – a movie along the lines of “The Secret” (both highly recommended if you haven’t seen them). Emoto’s work expounds on the ideas of consciousness creating reality.

By Bobbie · ★★★★★ · September 30, 2012
Getting these ‘messages’ absolutely blew me away – especially the sentence that says something to the effect of what we say to our children – whose bodies are mostly water. Made me very thankful that even without realizing what I was doing, I have always told my children they are the best.

By Chené · ★★★★★ · October 09, 2013
I have always believed that words have power and they like magic in our lives. The books starts off of how Masaru Emoto came across the idea of photographing water that has been exposed to different elements. He acquires an assistant and the exploring begins.

Conversations With God: Book One


Neal Donald Walsch was experiencing a low period in his life when he decided to write a letter to God, venting his frustrations. What he did not expect was a response. As he finished his letter, he was moved to continue writing – and out came extraordinary answers to his questions. This work presents the answers that Walsch received, helping him to change himself, his life and the way he viewed other beings.

Conversations with God takes its readers on an inspirational journey, teaching them how to conduct a dialogue with God and reach a better understanding of themselves, others and the world we all inhabit.

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By Toksyk · ★★★★★ · February 23, 2017
So many lessons learnt and relearnt. A great recommendation that is helping me on my journey into remembering the truth of who I am and tapping into the power within.

By Julie · ★★★★★ · May 22, 2017
This is the most comforting book I’ve ever read. The ideas discussed here match my spiritual views 100%. Can’t wait to read the following books!

By Kifflie · ★★★★☆ · March 10, 2017
Very engaging. I enjoyed the alternating voices of Ed Asner and Ellen Burstyn speaking God’s part. And I’ve heard a similar theology before from other thinkers and writers (Ken Wilber, for instance), so I wasn’t too lost in the discussion.

So Far from Home: Lost and Found in Our Brave New World


I wrote this book for you if you offer your work as a contribution to others, whatever your work might be, and if now you find yourself feeling exhausted, overwhelmed, and sometimes despairing even as you paradoxically experience moments of joy, belonging, and greater resolve to do your work.

This book describes how we can do our good work with dedication, energy, discipline, and joy by consciously choosing a new role for ourselves, that of warriors for the human spirit.

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By Elisa · ★★★★★ · October 12, 2016
This book is my go-to title every time I feel there’s no hope for humanity or planet Earth. It grounds me and gives me a true sense of what my role in this world is. Highly recommended.

By Miranda · ★★★★★ · September 14, 2016
A fascinating and helpful read for those working in nonprofits or for a specific cause. This short but dense read identifies problems within managerial structures, globalization, sociology, personal expectations, identity and career burnout by applying quantum theory and laws of nature.

By Salah · ★★★★★ · November 13, 2016
This is exactly the book I was looking for. I advise everyone to read it especially young people who are obsessed by social media and virtual reality. It is time to return to ourselves to our nature being human.

Choose Love


Stormie Omartian’s bestselling books on the power of prayer have touched millions of lives. Recent books have taken a closer look at the leading of the Holy Spirit and the call to be a prayer warrior for God. Now Stormie takes a fresh look at another powerful aspect of knowing our Creator…His amazing and great love for us.

We reflect God most clearly when we are motivated by the power of love in all we say and do. But first we have to understand the depth of God’s love for us and receive it. Then we must learn how to effectively express our love for Him.

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By Jamie · ★★★★★ · February 21, 2015
I haven’t read a really good Christian Nonfiction book like this since I read Max Lucado’s novel Just Like Jesus. Every word in Stormie’s book had me hooked and wanting more.

By Abbi · ★★★★☆ · September 29, 2016
It was a really great book! Very warm, loving, and straightforward. Stormie Omartian did an amazing job of capturing what it means to live a life full of love, hope, and faith with the source of love Himself – the Lord our God.

Way of the Peaceful Warrior: A Book That Changes Lives


Way of the Peaceful Warrior is based on the story of Dan Millman, a world champion athlete, who journeys into realms of romance and magic, light and darkness, body, mind, and spirit. Guided by a powerful old warrior named Socrates and tempted by an elusive, playful woman named Joy, Dan is led toward a confrontation that will deliver or destroy him. Readers join Dan as he learns to live as a peaceful warrior. This international bestseller conveys piercing truths and humorous wisdom, speaking directly to the universal quest for happiness.

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By Otis · ★★★★★ · February 10, 2017
I first read this after college when my father gave it to me as a graduation gift. I almost didn’t read it, but was very glad I did as it was very impactful on me, and I think helped shape me into the person I am today.

By Faith · ★★★★★ · December 02, 2007
This is a book that changes lives. it changes your life as you read it in small seemingly insignificant ways. yet you begin to realize your impact you have on all those around you and more importantly the impact you have on yourself.

By Paul · ★★★★★ · November 05, 2016
This was the first self help book that completely swept me off my feet. It’s not just self help…but a journey to unleash your soul and your inner passion! EVERY lover of books should read this wonderful story!

The Amazing Power of Deliberate Intent: Living the Art of Allowing


This leading-edge book by Esther and Jerry Hicks, who present the teachings of the nonphysical entity Abraham, is about having a deliberate intent for whatever you want in life, while at the same time balancing your energy along the way. But it’s important to note that the awareness of the need to balance your energy is much more significant than goal-setting or focusing on ultimate desires. And it is from this very important distinction that this work has come forth. As you come to understand and effectively practice the processes offered here, you will not only achieve your goals and desired outcomes more rapidly, but you’ll enjoy every single step along the path even before their manifestation. As such, you’ll find that the living of your life is an ongoing journey of joy, rather than a series of long dry spells between occasional moments of temporary satisfaction.

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By Pamela · ★★★★★ · October 05, 2016
I love this collection of books because I find myself reading them over and over to absorb the message they so strongly bestow. It’s about using our Now and moving away from past deceptions that lay deep within our psyche.

By Brian · ★★★★★ · November 12, 2015
So, this leading edge book is really about understanding the importance of having a deliberate intent for an end result, while at the same time, tending to the balance of your Energy along the way. But it is much more about awareness of the balance of your Energy than it is about goal-setting.

By Sharon · ★★★★★ · February 24, 2011
This is an outstanding addition to the Abraham-Hicks repertoire. In this book, the Hicks’ drill down further on the Art of Allowing by explaining how their concept (deliberate intent) differs from the standard concept of “allowing” (tolerating).

What the Bleep Do We Know?: Discovering the Endless Possibilities for Altering Your Everyday Reality


Gravity sometimes doesn’t work. Some things are both waves and particles. . .at the same time. Electrons simply disappear . . . all the time. If the universe is this wild and unpredictable, so full of possibility, why are your thoughts about your own life so limited? Hundreds of years ago, science and religion split apart; they became antagonists in the great game of explanation and discovery. But science and religion are two sides of the same coin. They both help explain the universe, our place in the great plan and the meaning of our lives. In fact, they can only begin to do that adequately when they work together.

What the Bleep Do We Know?!TM is a book of amazing science. With the help of more than a dozen research and theoretical scientists, it takes you through the looking glass of quantum physics into a universe that is more bizarre and alive than ever imagined. Then it takes you beyond, into the outer-inner edges of our scientific knowledge of consciousness, perception, body chemistry and brain structure. What is a thought made of? What is reality made of? And most importantly, how does a thought change the nature of reality?

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By Mari · ★★★★★ · July 21, 2011
I have read this and have watched the movie 13 times, each time I see/realize something that I missed before, I will watch it again and again many times still.

By Janice · ★★★★★ · March 22, 2012
I saw the movie and decided that in order to digest the incredible amount of information presented, that I would do well to read the book. I wasn’t sorry. This is a fascinating read and it made the movie come to life for me by reiterating the scientific principles introduced therein.

By AuthorsOnTourLive! · ★★★★★ · May 27, 2009
Will Arntz, a research physicist and spirtual seeker, and co-creator of the movie What the Bleep Do We Know!?, discusses his book What The Bleep Do We Know!?: Discovering the Endless Possibilities for Altering Your Everyday Reality.

Practicing the Power of Now : Meditations, Exercises and Core Teaching for Living the Liberated Life


Eckhart Tolle is rapidly emerging as one of the world’s most inspiring spiritual teachers, sharing the enlightenment he himself experienced after a startling personal transformation. His views go beyond any particular religion, doctrine, or guru. This book extracts the essence from his teachings in The Power of Now, showing us how to free ourselves from “enslavement to the mind.” The aim is to be able to enter into and sustain an awakened state of consciousness throughout everyday life. Through meditations and simple techniques, Eckhart shows us how to quiet our thoughts, see the world in the present moment, and find a path to “a life of grace, ease, and lightness.”

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By John · ★★★★★ · November 19, 2008
Tolle has a way of giving meaning to life by using exercises, meditations and essential teachings (many based on Eastern philosophies) to bring peace, balance and harmony into our lives. The goal is to be able to bring about and sustain an enlightened state of consciousness.

By Niels · ★★★★★ · July 25, 2011
What a gem. So much more easy going than the original. Ought to be read once a month or whenever you need peace of mind. You dont even have to read from one end to the other. The headings allow you to reflect on the areas of your life where you need inner peace.

By Richard · ★★★★★ · December 01, 2008
Eckhart Tolle published the Power of Now in 1997. Many inspired readers wrote him and requested a more practical version for daily study. In 2001, this small, but powerful version was released.

The Whispers on the Moors Collection


Enjoy Sarah Ladd’s Whispers on the Moors novels as an e-book collection!

The Heiress of Winterwood

Amelia Barrett gave her word. Keeping it could cost her everything.

The Headmistress of Rosemere

Patience Creighton has devoted her life to running her father’s boarding school. But when the enigmatic master of the estate appears at her door, battered and unconscious, the young headmistress suddenly finds her livelihood—and her heart —in the hands of one dangerously handsome gentleman.

A Lady at Willowgrove Hall

Her secret cloaks her in isolation and loneliness. His secret traps him in a life that is not his own.